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Lee Jeong-hoo explodes with his first 3 hits in the big league against Colorado Batting average 0.264

I had to wash away the bad luck of being caught by a well-hit ball every time, and only had 2 hits in the infield.

Lee Jeong-hoo, who hit his first three hits in the big league

‘Grandson of the Wind’ Jeong-hoo Lee (25, San Francisco Giants) ran like the wind and recorded his first three-hit game in the big league.

Jeong-hoo Lee started as the number one hitter and center fielder in the 2024 Major League Baseball (MLB) regular season visiting game against the Colorado Rockies held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA on the 8th (Korean time), hitting 3 hits in 5 at-bats and scoring 1 run. It was served with

This is his second straight day with multiple hits (two or more hits in a game) following his two hits the previous day, and his fifth straight game hitting streak.

Jeong-hoo Lee’s season batting average went up from 0.252 to 0.264 (37 hits in 140 at-bats) after having 3 hits, including 2 infield hits, in a game held at Coors Field, a ‘pitcher’s grave’ and a ‘batter’s paradise’.

Lee Jeong-hoo, who cried at the beginning of the season due to the misfortune of successively hitting well-hit balls heading straight to the fielder, was lucky enough to have two mishit balls lead to infield hits.

The first hit of the game, which came in the first at-bat in the first inning, was a well-hit hit.

Lee Jeong-hoo targeted Colorado starter Dakota Hudson’s sinker and opened the gap between first and second base with a bullet-like grounder.

However, they were unable to hit home due to a double play by the follow-up batter, Tyro Estrada.

Lee Jung-hoo, who retired after striking out on a missed swing in the third inning, reached base with an infield hit in the fourth inning with one out and first and second bases on the team, with the team leading 1-0.

Lee Jeong-hoo touched Hudson’s first pitch slider, and the missed ball slowly rolled toward the third baseman.

Lee Jeong-hoo, who sprinted so hard that his helmet came off, was ruled safe at first base.

San Francisco, who filled the bases with Lee Jeong-hoo’s infield hit, had a runner on third base hit home on Estrada’s infield grounder, increasing the score to 2-0.

Lee Jeong-hoo, who advanced to second base when Estrada grounded out, homered on Lamonte Wade Jr.’s two RBI and timely hit to make it 4-0.

This is Lee Jeong-hoo’s 14th big league goal.

Lee Jung-hoo, who finished his 4th at-bat in the 6th inning with 1 out and runners on first base with his second double play in the big league, completed the game with 3 hits in the 8th inning.

With two outs and no runners on base, he attacked Nick Mears’ first pitch and rolled a ground ball toward first base, and this time he ran to first base with all his might.

Mears covered first base, but he did not work well with the first baseman, so he threw the ball back, and the scorer gave Lee Jeong-hoo an infield hit.

San Francisco defeated Colorado 5-0 and broke its recent four-game losing streak. 스포츠토토

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